"Tapawingo" is a comfortable and cozy wooded home tucked away on 3 acres of gardens, decks, pond and forest. Private and secluded. Ideal for a romantic getaway, or a place to get away from the fast paced world to read, write, cook and relax. We are midway between Charleston, SC and all its restaurants, or to Myrtle Beach for its golf. Bring your canoe and paddle in the creeks, hike in the forests or drive to one of the area beaches. For couples and solo adventurers, no children nor pets.
You have the whole house to yourselves. This is an older, rustic two story cabin / cottage which we are continuously upgrade. Set on 3 acres of forest, gardens and a pond, the house is secluded and very private. Ideal for a romantic getaway, honeymoon or just to totally relax and disconnect. Great place to read from our personal library.
Downstairs is a French country kitchen set up for serious cooking, with fridge, stove, dishwasher and microwave, cozy living room, the bathroom with toilet, sink and double headed shower. A large screened in porch area with sofa and comfy chairs and outdoor dining table is most inviting.
Or you can dine on the three tear open decks surrounded by our forest. Here is the outdoor fire place for a bonfire. On the entrance deck on other side of the house is a charcoal BBQ.
Upstairs are the two bedrooms with queen beds, one with small deck, a TV den and the second bathroom with sink and claw-footed iron bath tub.
It was here that Neal Petersen and Billie Baldwin wrote the National Outdoor Book Award winner, Neal's autobiography "Journey of a Hope Merchant" and Neal's solo around the world racing yacht is on the property.
Ride the tandem to the village 5 min away and get locally caught, fresh shrimp at the local store on the dock. Dine in one of the four spots to eat, go for hikes in the forest or kayak in the rivers and intercoastal water way. So much to do, just relax at Tapawingo and read our books.
Atención a los huéspedes
We do not live here so you have the entire property to yourselves, but you can reach me via text at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) any time or call Pam at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), you local host who lives 5 min away.
Otros aspectos destacables
We do not have internet at the house, and while there is a den with a TV, DVD and access to local channels, it is a bit tricky to use. You are welcome to fiddle with it as it does work. We have a Jacuzzi outside, but unfortunately it is turned off as we rarely use it and it needs attention.
I am highly allergic to pets, so please ABSOLUTELY NO PETS. We also have a statue in the living room that a child can easily knock over and be hurt by, plus a pond that has no fence around it. This is a place for adults looking to have a stress free retreat.
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I am an adventurer, solo around the world racing yachtsman, award winning author, motivational keynote speaker and lover of life. I live for great experiences and have helped in diplomatic issues and peace talks. Much time is spent mentoring young people including teaching macro-economics at several universities, sailing, playing in my garden and traveling the globe. My friends span all corners of the world. I have no time for drama.
When visiting us I enjoy stimulating conversations and will give you a tour of our gardens explaining why I have chosen to create this environment.
Some of my favorite places range from Thailand because of the great street food, cheap massages and friendly, smiling people. We love Cape Town, South Africa with its great mountains and beaches, vineyards and orchards and resilient, polite people. Portugal and Ireland are special because of all our close friends there. As a motivational speaker I have experienced many countries and cultures, enjoying the finest hotels. But we always add on extra days to throw a backpack on and travel like a local. I have had the privilege of experiences over 100 countries. I have also sailed to some of the most remote corners of our planet. Currently I am writing my third book based on our travels, people we have come to know and cultures we have loved. I will cover economic injustice, social reforms, what a civil society should resemble to how we can add to our world and create a sustainable legacy.